JUST IN: Nigerian man rejects $10m from French investors
Anambra tech guru Linus Williams Ifejika has reportedly rejected $10m from foreign investor over his newly invented BillPoint app.
In his statement with newsmen, the Blord group founder emphasized that the offer was turned down because his team believes the app would generate much more profit than the amount in a few years.
Recall that the Bill point app was launched April, 2023 and since ever since it has gained a whole lot of momentum. The app which was designed for users to buy cheap airtime, data, pay electricity bills and cable tv bills with ease is one of its kind in Nigeria and it’s founder is optimistic that in coming years, the app will generate more profits.
Linus Williams Ifejika, the Executive Chairman and Founder of B-Lord Group of Company, is a young and fast-rising Nigerian Bitcoin Entrepreneur. Born March 14th 1998, he has distinguished himself amongst his contemporaries as a strong-willed, tenacious and passionate young chap. Also known as B-Lord, Linus Ifejika hails from the capital city of the Light of the Nation— Umuji Ebenebe, Awka North Local Government, Awka, Anambra state. He is the first son in a family of seven.
He further Explained that The introduction of the BillPoint mobile app is the rejuvenation of modernity. The BillPoint app is here to make transactions easy for Nigerians said Mr Linus.
It is an unarguable fact that no one walks down to vendors to sort their bills any longer when they can do so online that is one of the more reasons this App will succeed and I am optimistic about the future of the app and it’s acceptablility.
He concluded by saying that the Billpoint App has generated a whole lot just within days of its launch and this has shown you how valuable this product is and its going to solve problems for Many users in the coming years Linus Williams insisted.